The "Color of Law" forum explained the impact of race on urban neighborhoods and suburbs.
In the wake of the slaughter in a Parkland, Florida high school, New Jersey's schools have added to their routines this semester active shooter drills, armed guards, video surveillance and safety ...
Senate Budget Committee Chair Paul Sarlo insists all the whispers of a budget impasse are just that.
It's a big job ensuring the safety and security of the state's ports and points of entry, its elections and events, its public and cyber spaces. Gov. Phil Murphy chose to leave in the job a former ...
Gov. Phil Murphy has often championed his Cabinet as the most diverse in state history. Monday, three of his nominees were approved unanimously by the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Firefighters from Newark Fire Division and greater area learn to lift and move concrete and other large objects to free victims trapped inside and beneath massive debris.
In December, the Republican lead FCC voted to end the statute creating equal treatment for all internet service providers, citing a free market as the goal. Democrats in the U.S. Senate are poised to ...
The city's newly elected mayor faces some major challenges.
It’s been five years since Chief Scott Thomson took the oath to lead a newly regionalized Camden County police force. Do the statistics match the resident's perception of crime in Camden?
Dick Codey and the mothers of teens who killed themselves advocate for ways to reduce the suicide rate among the state's youth.
There was an air of celebration as Gov. Murphy prepared to sign a bill granting financial aid at state colleges and universities to unauthorized immigrants.
In a roundtable on distracted driving, attendants discuss ways of reducing crashes attributed to the dangerous behavior.
Gov. Murphy continues his campaign to address gun violence. Wednesday he endorsed six gun bills awaiting action in the state senate, and named Bill Castner as senior advisor to governor on firearms.
Murphy's missteps have drown out early successes.
Rep. Frank Pallone is calling out the FDA for delaying a rule that will allow Juul to stay on the market until 2022 without review or regulation.